The Police - Born in the 50's. (On Stage :: CD 12028)
Recorded Live at The Paradise, Boston, MA, USA - April 7, 1979.
Soundboard Recording -> Bootleg / Silver CD :: Lossless FLAC.
01. Truth Hits Everybody
02. Hole in my Life
03. Can't Stand Losing You
05. So Lonely
06. Fall Out
07. Born in the 50's
10. Next to You
11. Message in a Bottle (Removed, official track appearing on the "Message in a Box" box set)
Personnel: Sting :: Andy Summers :: Stewart Copeland.
Notes: Sting has laryngitis!... "Well, well, it looks like we have to come back to Boston after all. Hé Dave, bring me something to wipe my nose with. What you're hearing on the radio here is terminal laryngitis. Any doctors in the house? I'll now blow a deflate". After blowing his nose Sting continued: "Oedipus played this record on WBCN later this day, earlier this day I should say. It was our first ever single in England. It was called Fall Out". Before Born In The 50's: "We had four audiences so far in this club. I think you're the best, I do. You're certainly the loudest". Before Roxanne Sting told that they were staying in the Bradford Hotel in the Combat Zone, the red light district of Boston: "I love the area. It reminds me of this song". The twelve minutes version included a singing competition between the people standing at the left and at right side of the club. <- Info taken from discogs dot com "> .